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SettingEdit

Tokuga is spoken by the citizens of Toku. It is a language heavily centered around the writingstyle instead of the words you write or speak. It is pretty hard for a begginer to get taken seriously, mostly because a Toku doesn't trust an outsider who can't (at the very least) show him a good text.

General InformationEdit

Tokuga words always start and end with a vowel. The Tokuga vowels are: A, O, Ã , I and Y. Tokuga also doesn't have one symbol for every letter. Instead, they are set into syllables. Each syllable starts with a vowel and end with a consonant. Each vowel also has a pair of syllables, like A is combined with every other consonant. Every syllable also consists of nothing more than two letters.

PhonologyEdit

Tokuga alphabet sounds like this.

A syllables
Syllable Pronounciation Symbol
Ab Ab Empty for now
Ac Ac Empty for now
Ad Add Empty for now
Ae A Empty for now
Af Aff Empty for now
Ag Aj Empty for now
Ah A Empty for now
Aj Aj Empty for now
Ak Ac Empty for now
Al All Empty for now
Oh Empty for now
Am Amm Empty for now
An An Empty for now
Ap App Empty for now
As As Empty for now
Au Aou Empty for now
O syllables
Syllable Pronounciation Symbol
Ob Uub Empty for now
Oc Oc Empty for now
Od Odd Empty for now
Oe Oje Empty for now
Of Off Empty for now
Og Ogg Empty for now
Oh O Empty for now
Oj Oj Empty for now
Ok Oc Empty for now
Ol Oll Empty for now
Oh Empty for now
Om Omm Empty for now
On On Empty for now
Op Op Empty for now
Os Oss Empty for now
Ou O Empty for now
à syllables
Syllable Pronounciation Symbol
Ãb Aub Empty for now
Ãc Auc Empty for now
Ãd Aud Empty for now
Ãe Auje Empty for now
Ãf Auf Empty for now
Ãg Aug Empty for now
Ãh Au Empty for now
Ãj Auj Empty for now
Ãk Auc Empty for now
Ãl Aul Empty for now
Ãê Aue Empty for now
Ãm Omm Empty for now
Ãn On Empty for now
Ãp Op Empty for now
Ãs Oss Empty for now
Ãu Aou Empty for now
I syllables
Syllable Pronounciation Symbol
Ib Ibb Empty for now
Ic Ic Empty for now
Id Idd Empty for now
Ie Ie Empty for now
If If Empty for now
Ig Igg Empty for now
Ih I Empty for now
Ij Ij Empty for now
Ik Ic Empty for now
Il Ill Empty for now
Ie Empty for now
Im Imm Empty for now
In In Empty for now
Ip If Empty for now
Is Is Empty for now
Iu Iju Empty for now
Y syllables
Syllable Pronounciation Symbol
Yb Uub Empty for now
Ãc Auc Empty for now
Yd Ygg Empty for now
Ye Y Empty for now
Yf Auf Empty for now
Yg Ygg Empty for now
Yh Y Empty for now
Yj Yj Empty for now
Yk Yc Empty for now
Yl Yll Empty for now
Y Empty for now
Ym Ymm Empty for now
Yn Yn Empty for now
Yp Ypp Empty for now
Ys Yss Empty for now
Yu Y Empty for now

The symbols will come...

Basic grammarEdit

It should be noted that in the Tokuga language there is no verb, noun, tense and all the likes. The words are instead divided into different "regions", depending on what you intend.

NumbersEdit

Numbers in Tokuga is a little different from English. If the number stands alone, or if you count, the pronounciation will change.

Example: "one" is "auie" if there is one of an object. If you count however (like 1, 2, 3...) the word changes to "auok". If you count to ten, it will be: auok, ocib, ibyu, ãeos, odas, ymãs, isofag, ygifapom, osãmyb and yuyeob. However, if you say "two cats", you don't say ocib "cats" (will get translated). You say ocyu "cats" (will also get translated).

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